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William Taft - 09/14/1909: President Taft begins a tour of the southern and w… ....
The tragedy highlights the need to provide social justice for immigrant ...
The only person to ever hold both offices, Taft served as the Supreme Court's
Chief Justice after his Presidency.
By 1912, Roosevelt, dissatisfied with Taft's presidency, had formed his own
Progressive Party, splitting Republican voters and handing the White House to
Domestic accomplishments of President Taft: Carried on Theodore Roosevelt's
fervor for trust-busting and broke up nearly twice as many as his predecessor ...
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Biographical fast facts about William Howard Taft, the twenty-seventh president of
the United States.
27th President Terms: 1909-1913 Political Party: Republican First Lady: Helen
Herron Taft Vice President: James S. Sherman Overview Born: September 15, ...
William Taft was the twenty-seventh President (1909-1013) and tenth Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court (1921-1930). Taft was the only Chief Executive in